I’ll be back at Tuesdays with Transitioners in Northridge, California as one of their final speakers on Tuesday, July 15, 2014 at Noon.
The topic of this talk is “Transition as the New Normal.”
Transition is the New Normal
While we all might like to think that transition is a short term process, it is not a fleeting process we fall into and out of. Rather, life is truly nothing but one long transition — a state of constant flux. We might have dreams and desires for stability, but in a world that is constantly changing, stability is only an illusion and a temporary one at that.
Transition is the New Normal. It is a constant part of our lives and careers and if we understand that, we can use it to our advantage.
When you first realize that you are always in transition, it can seem a bit frightening. It can feel like you are the mercy of the time and tides, being buffeted about without any ability to control what is happening around you. You do have some control, but it requires that you pay deep attention to your life, your thoughts, and your actions. Yes, if you let the world push you around, it will gladly (and easily) do so. If you, instead, take your life directly into your own hands, you can ride the waves of change and transition in ways that best benefit you.
You can find more information and RSVP on the Tuesdays with Transitioners Meetup page